After last night, as a heat fan, I wouldn't be surprised if Indiana shocked them again. Lebron was doing everything himself, no help from Wade or the rest of the team, defense was dragged around the floor like nothing.
hmm it is a tough one to call for game7 tonight. Im leaning towards Miami since they are back at home and i feel Wade or Bosh will step up in this win or go home game. Pacers are playing really solid. Its a very tough pick. Birdman will be off his suspension to help get rebounds again, so it should be close one. Either way it going to be a great game that i will tune into.
I called it going 7 games.
The common thing the so-called "experts" pointed to when they said outlandish things like "Miami will sweep this series" or, "It won't get past 5 games" was the fact that Miami can score and the Pacers can't. My opinion is that people weren't willing to give enough respect to Paul George to count him as an X-Factor. I hope they're paying attention now. Also, it's a lot harder to score when you have someone punching you in the mouth on every play. Of course, not literally, but you know what I mean. Indiana is a physical team and they won't be pushed around. They will, in fact, push you around. They are beating the Heat in the paint and it isn't even close. Had it not been for a mental lapse on defense and the will of Lebron James, this series would be over in the Pacer's favor already.
Bottom line, as far as TEAM goes, the Pacers are the better team, the Heat just happen to have one of the best players of all time playing for them. If Lebron goes off and takes over, the Heat will take it, if Lebron comes up short, the Pacers are going to the finals.